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Ċiklu relatat mad-dokument : A8-0038/2019

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A8-0038/2019

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PV 11/02/2019 - 16
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PV 12/02/2019 - 9.16
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P8_TA(2019)0077

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It-Tlieta, 12 ta' Frar 2019 - Strasburgu Edizzjoni riveduta

10.9. Implimentazzjoni tad-dispożizzjonijiet tat-Trattat rigward il-kooperazzjoni msaħħa (A8-0038/2019 - Alain Lamassoure)
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  Andrejs Mamikins (S&D). – Madam President, we must be careful with the tool of enhanced cooperation. First of all, by design it undermines the unity of the EU action and it has repercussions internally and externally. Second, the unanimity rule inside the coalition of the willing allows one Member State to sabotage the whole process, creating the conditions for a Trojan horse to undermine relations among Member States. Third, the real impact on enhanced cooperation is relative. Just take the example of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office. It will not have jurisdiction over Hungary, Poland, Ireland, Sweden, Britain and Denmark, which opt out. As a result, combating fraud at EU level will have limited effect because these countries will be free riding. I was the shadow rapporteur of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs’ opinion to this report and I voted in favour, but I’m convinced that enhanced cooperation must aim for full cooperation, which is the ultimate goal.

 
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